We have all experienced stains on clothes. We usually get them at the wrong time either when your on a date or having a family reunion. If you have children make sure they are protected because a lot of stains don’t come out. Stains that usually don’t come out unless you get them out right away include ink, permanent marker, wine and bleach. We also get them on the color clothes that you can noticeably see such as white. Using and buying stain remover products can be costly especially at certain stores. I shop at Walmart in Chicopee, Massachusetts for quality brands at cheaper prices. No matter what the situation is here are some tips to get the stain out of clothes.
‘The earlier you catch a stain, the better. If you’re out and about (and the item isn’t dry-clean only), pre-treat the affected area with something like Spray-n-Wash’s Stain Stick, Shout Wipes or a Tide Pen. (If none of these are available, you can at least wet the stain to keep it from setting as completely. An ice cube from your drink is the perfect way to wet the spot.) Then wash the item as soon as you get home.
After washing an item with a stain, check your wet laundry before drying it to make sure the stain is gone (the heat from the drying process will often make the stain permanent). If the mark is still visible, pre-treat as before or try another stain treatment process and wash again.’ http://www.sheknows.com/home-and-gardening/articles/8153/stain-removal-smarts-how-to-get-stains-out-of-your-clothes
Dress into your event outfit 10 minutes before leaving your house. This will minimize the stress if you do get a stain. If you do happen to get a stain on your outfit before you leave treat it and then cover it up with an accessory and your good to go!